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Opalesque Roundup: Despite 45% of hedge funds seeing inflows, industry AUM drops 8th consecutive month: hedge fund news, week 44

Monday, November 25, 2019

In the week ending November 22nd 2019, the eVestment hedge fund asset flows report said despite 45% of funds did experience inflows last month, the overall asset outflows in October marked the 8th consecutive month of outflows for the industry with investors redeeming $6.20 billion. The last time the industry experienced this many consecutive months of outflows began in Q3 2008 and persisted until April 2009. Overall hedge fund industry AUM stood at $3.258 trillion in October, according to the new report.

Meanwhile, the Barclay Fund Flow Indicator published by BarclayHedge put the hedge fund industry's redemptions in September at $14.7 billion, representing 0.5% of hedge fund industry assets, up from August's $11.3 billion net outflows. According to Eurekahedge numbers, the global hedge fund industry assets under management (AUM) has declined by $19.5 billion as of October 2019 year-to-date, said Eurekahedge.

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